Tom Ramcigam (magicmarmot) wrote,
Tom Ramcigam

I managed to finish the masking and painting of the front door side panels last night, along with getting a bit of mowing done (it got too dark to keep mowing so I didn't finish), which required some enthusiastic starting of the lawnmower and the final discovery that the air filter was clogged and really needs to be replaced. I was able to salvage it with a judicious application of carburetor cleaner, but that was a temporary step at best.
Tonight I'm expecting rain, so no outside work planned. However, when I was last at 'Nards, I was divided over whether or not to buy some scaffolding that they had there, and I ended up choosing not to-- however after thinking it over I believe that I will get it because it is something that I will be using quite a bit as the work on the house. On the porch, I have not only the windows to finish on the exterior, but the joist extensions on the inside as well as the ceiling wiring, insulation and sheetrock. And on the inside, I have the ceiling in the dining room and kitchen to deal with, so I will likely head to 'Nards this evening to pick up the scaffold. Yes it's another tool, but it's one I will use enough to pay for itself considering the price of the rental.

I'm also considering bucking up the RAM in MK-Ultra from 2G to 4G, but that will have to wait a while.

Tags: Big Broken Box™, codegeek

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